Previews and Lineups
Dean Kremer takes the mound in the first game of the final series for the Orioles.
The Orioles head to the Bronx as they look to keep their slim playoff hopes alive and avoid being a footnote on Aaron Judge’s historic season.
The Orioles’ playoff hopes are practically nonexistent, but they can guarantee an above-.500 mark with three more wins.
Mike Baumann gets the start as the Orioles look to continue a strong stretch of starting pitching against Houston.
The best team in the AL is coming to Baltimore. How will the Orioles fare?
Anything but a sweep would represent a disappointment for the Orioles in a three-game set against Detroit.
The Orioles’ flickering playoff chances could get a boost—if they can tee off against the worst pitching staff in the game.
The last shreds of hope for the Orioles in the wild card race require winning this weekend’s Red Sox series.
Camden Yards is the venue for a crucial matchup between AL East foes vying for the same playoff spot.
The Orioles play three games against the worst team in the American League and they must take advantage.
The lineup contains Henderson and all of Ryan Mountcastle, Rougned Odor, and Ramón Urías.
The O’s are desperately trying to grab a postseason spot, while the Guardians are desperately trying to hold on to theirs.
The Orioles’ Wild Card quest continues with three games against the best team in the AL.
Dylan Cease and the White Sox come to town as the Orioles look to clinch the season series against Chicago.
After two in Baltimore, the O’s and Sawx head to Williamsport with both teams looking to make up ground in their pursuits of a playoff spot.
The Orioles lost the weekend’s series against the Rays, making this week’s Blue Jays series even more important.
The Orioles, half a game behind the Rays for a Wild Card spot, can vault themselves into a postseason berth with a series win. Let’s do this thing.
Can the Orioles make inroads in the wild card race with three games against one of the teams ahead of them?
The Orioles are two games back of a playoff spot as they kick off a six-game homestand tonight.
The Orioles return to the friendly confines of Camden Yards for another opportunity to beat up on a team whose playoff aspirations have long since evaporated.
The Orioles face the Rangers in a three-game series with two games taking place after the trade deadline passes.
The Orioles head to Cincinnati for three games against the last-place Reds.
The Orioles are five games behind the Rays as this four-game series gets under way.
The Yankees were swept in a doubleheader yesterday, so they’ll either be vulnerable or mad. Good luck, Orioles.
The final series of the first half sees the O’s put their winning streak on the line against a division rival.
The Orioles head to Wrigley Field riding an eight-game win streak. Can the Birds keep things going?
Once again the Angels, despite having two of the best players in baseball, are going nowhere fast. It’s a tale as old as time.
Two sub-.500 teams meet for three games in Baltimore.
The Twins still sit atop the AL Central but Cleveland is hot on their heels, and the sudden departure of their pitching coach has shaken up the locker room.
The Orioles and Mariners enter this series with the same record. That’s more fun for us than it is for their fans.
After going 0-7 against the Southsiders in 2021, the Orioles will look to break that streak as they travel to Chicago for a four-game set.
The other team that plays on MASN travels up from the nation’s capital to play a quick two-game set at Camden Yards.